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  • Priashna Singh – All you need to know about your Future actions in case of a motor accident emergency

    December 2, 2020

    Introduction:

    Motor accidents are increasing with each passing day, along with the victims of personal injury and trauma. Most of us have been through the trauma of a motor accident and personal injury. Panic strikes the motor victims after the accident leading to trauma. The knowledge of how to handle a personal injury is essential. I, Priahna Singh, the head of Singh Barristers, insist that all my fellow citizens have to know what they need to do in case of a personal injury or motor emergency. As humans, we all panic in case of an emergency. Knowing the right course of action during such a panic state can help you save your loved ones and get your rightful claims. You can do a few things to improve the situation of the victim and thereby reducing their trauma.

    Vigilance:

    Yes, vigilance is the first thing you need to tackle the situation to control the panic. Be vigilant. Be aware of your surroundings. In case of an accident, call the police and get the victims’ immediate medical attention. I think saving lives have to be our priority in case of an emergency. Get immediate medical or professional help. The motor emergency cases often involve themselves with the police investigation. Your statement to the police is and can be everything. So, talk about the truth. Say to them only what has happened. Nothing more, nothing less other than the exact and actual sequence of events. Giving your speculations about the incident may help others in proving a point against you. Remember, Honesty is the best policy.

    Information:

    You need to get as much information from the accident site as possible. You need to look for the names and numbers of the opposite vehicle, the vehicle owner, and the vehicle driver. The information makes things easy for both of us. As a barrister, I see many personal injury clients every day. Due to the panic during the mishap, most of them do not acquire the above information. We barristers will get that information for you, in case you can’t get it. Additional information about the place of the accident, such as the road conditions, the weather conditions, the direction the vehicles are moving in, the speed of the vehicles, etc., will be very helpful for us.

     You can find all of these in a police report. I insist on getting a copy of the report for yourself. Knowing where your vehicles are towed after the accident is essential for the recovery of your vehicle. Even if you don’t know any of these, don’t worry. My Singh Barristers will take personal responsibility to get all the required information for further proceedings.

    Get Your Appointments Right:

    You can let your insurance company know about the accident. Get your forms and fill them before the deadline. Getting in touch with your insurance company is very important for getting the success of your claim. Get your doctor appointments and checkups done. They help you to stay in good health. Personal injuries caused by motor accidents are not always physical and noticeable. The appointment with your physician or doctor can reveal any internal injuries, thereby saving the life of your loved ones. I urge all of you not to delay your medical appointments. I insist that you make an appointment with one of our lawyers. We are pioneers in resolving personal injury claimant issues. You have to narrate the sequence of events that happened to your barrister. 

    The Tag Team:

    We, along with your doctors, are on your team. Do know who’s on your team. Don’t talk to the insurance companies that pursue you. In case of an accident, there will be two insurance companies involved. Be sure to let us know before taking with the insurance companies. I think that letting your insurance company advocates know your version of the accident makes it harder for you to get the claim. I suggest all the claimants stick with the tag team. You have to pass the legal advice to your doctor and vice versa. It eliminates the possibility of double standards.

     I insist on not discussing the matter with your insurance company, let alone sign them a release. Most victims sign a release without even knowing that it is a release. Therefore it is with your best interests in my mind, I suggest that you do not communicate with your insurance company without a barrister. You can let them know that you’ve been through an accident and nothing more. Don’t plead guilty what so ever. Let us handle it even if it is your fault.

    Maintain Records:

    The police will have all the evidence and proofs, but it is good to maintain a record of things on your own. You may record all the information you gathered from the accident site by clicking pictures of them. Click the pictures of the damage done to your vehicle, property, and your body. You can claim all the amount with sufficient proof. Note down the dates of all the pictures you have taken. Don’t fix or restore any of your damaged property before taking a picture of them and recording the date. As a barrister, I know the value of those self-made records. In many instances of my career, those self-records have won the claims.

    Know Your Damages:

     Here, the damages include all the losses you suffered because of the accident, during, and post-accident. The medical charges, the expenses you made for taking care of the victim, and the income loss come under your damages. Your insurance company has to pay you for all these damages. Our lawyers help you get to the bottom of the process of claiming and identifying all your damages.

    Getting a good Barrister:

    Despite having good evidence and reports, most claimants don’t win their claims. According to my understanding, it is because of two reasons. The first is that most of us underestimate the insurance companies. The second is that most hire inexperienced advocates. I am proud to say that we at Singh Barristers neither underestimate the insurance company nor inexperienced in clearing our trusted claimants’ claims. We understand the tricks and trades of insurance companies. We have faced some very big names in the past and are willing to face many more for the sake of our claimants.

    The sooner you contact us, the better. I have witnessed people lose their claims because they did not act fast. I urge all the victims and claimants to consult my barristers as soon as possible.

  • Priashna Singh – All you need to know about your Future actions in case of a motor accident emergency

    December 2, 2020

    Introduction:

    Motor accidents are increasing with each passing day, along with the victims of personal injury and trauma. Most of us have been through the trauma of a motor accident and personal injury. Panic strikes the motor victims after the accident leading to trauma. The knowledge of how to handle a personal injury is essential. I, Priahna Singh, the head of Singh Barristers, insist that all my fellow citizens have to know what they need to do in case of a personal injury or motor emergency. As humans, we all panic in case of an emergency. Knowing the right course of action during such a panic state can help you save your loved ones and get your rightful claims. You can do a few things to improve the situation of the victim and thereby reducing their trauma.

    Vigilance:

    Yes, vigilance is the first thing you need to tackle the situation to control the panic. Be vigilant. Be aware of your surroundings. In case of an accident, call the police and get the victims’ immediate medical attention. I think saving lives have to be our priority in case of an emergency. Get immediate medical or professional help. The motor emergency cases often involve themselves with the police investigation. Your statement to the police is and can be everything. So, talk about the truth. Say to them only what has happened. Nothing more, nothing less other than the exact and actual sequence of events. Giving your speculations about the incident may help others in proving a point against you. Remember, Honesty is the best policy.

    Information:

    You need to get as much information from the accident site as possible. You need to look for the names and numbers of the opposite vehicle, the vehicle owner, and the vehicle driver. The information makes things easy for both of us. As a barrister, I see many personal injury clients every day. Due to the panic during the mishap, most of them do not acquire the above information. We barristers will get that information for you, in case you can’t get it. Additional information about the place of the accident, such as the road conditions, the weather conditions, the direction the vehicles are moving in, the speed of the vehicles, etc., will be very helpful for us.

     You can find all of these in a police report. I insist on getting a copy of the report for yourself. Knowing where your vehicles are towed after the accident is essential for the recovery of your vehicle. Even if you don’t know any of these, don’t worry. My Singh Barristers will take personal responsibility to get all the required information for further proceedings.

    Get Your Appointments Right:

    You can let your insurance company know about the accident. Get your forms and fill them before the deadline. Getting in touch with your insurance company is very important for getting the success of your claim. Get your doctor appointments and checkups done. They help you to stay in good health. Personal injuries caused by motor accidents are not always physical and noticeable. The appointment with your physician or doctor can reveal any internal injuries, thereby saving the life of your loved ones. I urge all of you not to delay your medical appointments. I insist that you make an appointment with one of our lawyers. We are pioneers in resolving personal injury claimant issues. You have to narrate the sequence of events that happened to your barrister. 

    The Tag Team:

    We, along with your doctors, are on your team. Do know who’s on your team. Don’t talk to the insurance companies that pursue you. In case of an accident, there will be two insurance companies involved. Be sure to let us know before taking with the insurance companies. I think that letting your insurance company advocates know your version of the accident makes it harder for you to get the claim. I suggest all the claimants stick with the tag team. You have to pass the legal advice to your doctor and vice versa. It eliminates the possibility of double standards.

     I insist on not discussing the matter with your insurance company, let alone sign them a release. Most victims sign a release without even knowing that it is a release. Therefore it is with your best interests in my mind, I suggest that you do not communicate with your insurance company without a barrister. You can let them know that you’ve been through an accident and nothing more. Don’t plead guilty what so ever. Let us handle it even if it is your fault.

    Maintain Records:

    The police will have all the evidence and proofs, but it is good to maintain a record of things on your own. You may record all the information you gathered from the accident site by clicking pictures of them. Click the pictures of the damage done to your vehicle, property, and your body. You can claim all the amount with sufficient proof. Note down the dates of all the pictures you have taken. Don’t fix or restore any of your damaged property before taking a picture of them and recording the date. As a barrister, I know the value of those self-made records. In many instances of my career, those self-records have won the claims.

    Know Your Damages:

     Here, the damages include all the losses you suffered because of the accident, during, and post-accident. The medical charges, the expenses you made for taking care of the victim, and the income loss come under your damages. Your insurance company has to pay you for all these damages. Our lawyers help you get to the bottom of the process of claiming and identifying all your damages.

    Getting a good Barrister:

    Despite having good evidence and reports, most claimants don’t win their claims. According to my understanding, it is because of two reasons. The first is that most of us underestimate the insurance companies. The second is that most hire inexperienced advocates. I am proud to say that we at Singh Barristers neither underestimate the insurance company nor inexperienced in clearing our trusted claimants’ claims. We understand the tricks and trades of insurance companies. We have faced some very big names in the past and are willing to face many more for the sake of our claimants.

    The sooner you contact us, the better. I have witnessed people lose their claims because they did not act fast. I urge all the victims and claimants to consult my barristers as soon as possible.

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